Larson Electronics' Magnalight.com has released a new
battery powered light tower that can be extended to 8 feet in height and
recharged from 115VAC or 12VDC power sources.
Rated IP67 resistant to water and dust intrusion, the
LED10W-LT portable light tower contains a 10-watt LED light head producing 800
lumens mounted atop an extendable aluminum mast that can be elevated to 8 feet
in height. It’s capable of operating for 40 hours on a single charge, and
Magnalight says this portable LED light tower is ideal for use on construction
sites and emergency scenes as an easily deployed construction flagger light or
work area illuminator.
Producing 800 lumens of light, the unit can illuminate an
area 50 feet wide by 50 foot long. The LED light head can also be ordered in a
spotlight configuration to produce a well-focused wide spot beam 900 feet in
length. It is vertically and horizontally adjustable and a set of collapsible
polyethylene legs provides stability in windy conditions.
A 33-amp-hour AGM sealed lead acid battery provides 500-plus
charging cycles and can be recharged via a common 115VAC power outlet or 12VDC
through an included 12-volt adapter and integrated cigarette plug socket.
FAA, DOT, CAB, IA and TA approved for air transport, this
portable LED light tower, Magnalight says the light tower is also MUTCD Section
6E compliant for illumination, visibility and temporary lighting, meeting
requirements for nighttime traffic control and construction lighting for
Magnalight.com offers several options for this light
including its LED10W-6R LED light head, which produces 4,800 lumens and covers
an area 400 feet long by 350 feet wide. The optional LED10W-6R LED light head
produces a 5.5-hour run time and is an additional charge. The housing and light
head assembly on this portable light tower is rated IP67 resistant to intrusion
from water and dust and weighs only 35 pounds.
Magnalight says this unit, equipped with an integrated
carrying handle, is ideal for use on construction sites as a flagger light, and
well suited for use by emergency first responders and law enforcement as an
easily deployed source of scene lighting.
For more information, visit Magnalight.com.